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Beware the zombie invasion (stock exchange edition)

On September 18, Deloitte released a new report which outlines a roadmap for the competitive business climate in Canada. Included in the report is a warning that “Canada may have a zombie problem.” Luckily, Deloitte isn’t raising concern about hordes … Continue reading

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Trade War Escalates. Stock Markets Shrug. Here’s Why.

In China, Europe and the U.S., stock indexes rose slightly, after President Trump imposed new tariffs on China and China retaliated with its own tariffs. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Distribution of Employee Stock Awards in Washington Divorce

In a Washington divorce, the court must characterize the assets as separate or community property.  While categorizing some types of property are fairly straightforward, others can be more complicated.  Employee stock options, for example, are characterized based on when they … Continue reading

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Tinder Sues Match.com Over Stock Options

A group of current and former Tinder employees are suing their parent company over an alleged scheme to cheat them out of stock options. Match Group, and its parent company IAC/InterActiveCorp, are the defendants. Sean Rad, Justin Mateen and Jonathan … Continue reading

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Responding to the NYT’s Stock Buybacks Analysis

A recent New York Times editorial examines the latest data on stock buybacks as evidence that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s corporate tax rate cut isn’t working as intended. Instead of increasing business investment and boosting wages, they argue, … Continue reading

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